Imagination Stage Hosts HOW FAR I'VE COME, 10/12
On Friday, October 12, 2012, Imagination Stage will host the musical How Far I've Come, produced by A Place to Be Musical Therapy and written by Amy Stone, with music by Tom Sweitzer.
How Far I've Come depicts the life of its author, teenager Amy Stone, who has cerebral palsy. With sincerity and humor, the play takes audiences through Amy's challenges, accomplishments, and philosophies. The performance aims to help people understand that "although we are all different, we all live beneath the same sky."
How Far I've Come begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Reeve Studio Theatre and runs approximately 30-35 minutes, followed by a 10-minute open forum Q&A. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased through the box office at 301-280-1660 or www.imaginationstage.org.
Diane Nutting, Imagination Stage's Director of Access and Inclusion says, "Amy Stone's play aligns with Imagination Stage's belief that the arts can help all young people to unlock their full creative potential and achieve new levels of communication. We are delighted to welcome The company of How Far I've Come to our stage to share this story."